Elena Zamboni

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#ARTHISTORY  March #1983 the #film #WildStyle was released. It was the #publics first encounter with the #hiphop #culture.Throughout the #movie there are scenes depicting activities #common in the #earlydays of hip hop. Such as #MCing #turntablism #graffiti and #bboyin. The film demonstrated the interconnections between #music #dance #art and #politics in the development of hip hop. It also featured several prominent figures from the hip hop culture's #infancy such…

#ARTHISTORY March #1983 the #film #WildStyle was released. It was the #publics first encounter with the #hiphop #culture.Throughout the #movie there are scenes depicting activities #common in the #earlydays of hip hop. Such as #MCing #turntablism #graffiti and #bboyin. The film demonstrated the interconnections between #music #dance #art and #politics in the development of hip hop. It also featured several prominent figures from the hip hop culture's #infancy such…

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Brick Lane, London by Dan Witz. The street sign shows someone hanging upside down with a pair of happy polka dotted socks.

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Surreal Street Installations by Mark Jenkins. American Street artist Mark Jenkins uses realistic mannequins to create these strange and surreal street inst

street art by Mark Jenkins in Rome

Favorite Artist: Mark Jenkins Artwork's Name: Street Toast Medium: Toast This artwork defiantly makes people look up from their technology and engage in the world like Jenkins wanted.

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Terrifying Sculptures by Mark Jenkins Imagine walking around the corner and seeing one of these. American artist Mark Jenkins is fond of installing sculptures in public that hurtle you screaming into the uncanny valley.